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2/11/10 1:36 A

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No whey!

Sorry, I couldn't resist, and no I have not used it...

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1/11/10 5:04 P

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Do you mean the whey leftover from the cheese-making process?
I've made ricotta cheese a number of times (I use Cooking Light's recipe) and always have a considerable amount of whey leftover. If I have time I make bread with it - substituting the whey for the water. Else I heard garden plants like the leftovers as well. Just some ideas...

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10/18/09 1:58 A

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i think i have heard of people using it to make yogurt and "sour cream".... try looking on google?

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9/7/09 11:03 A

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My mother and I tried to make whey riccota multiple times this weekend and it didn't work out...so now we're trying to think of another way to use it...besides substituting it for milk in recipes.

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